We are located less than 1 hour north of Boston in New Hampshire’s seacoast region.  Turning Point Show Stables is a full service hunter jumper facility which sits on over 20 acres.  We are located at Brown Lane Farm in Rye New Hampshire.  Rye is known for its beautiful coast line and beaches.  

Turning Point Show Stables is geared to the active show rider and also beginners who would like to learn correctly from the start.  We offer boarding, training, showing, lessons, sales, leases, camp, and an IEA team..

Here are Turning Point Show Stables we pride ourselves in individualized care for horse and rider.  Turning Point Show Stables is a successful show barn in the hunter/jumper world with ribbons and wins from the local to the national level.  However, we also emphasize in bringing the fun back to showing.  

Please call or visit us for more information. Visitors are always welcome!

Our Horses

You don't have to own a horse to ride with Turning Point.  Our school ponies and horses have excellent dispositions and know their jobs well!  

If you decide you'd like to be more competitive, riders can purchase or lease a horse or — a more affordable option for many— share a 1/4 or 1/2 lease.  

If you're interested in purchasing or leasing a horse, Sheryl will work directly with you to find the perfect match.  She is in constant contact with the most reputable trainers and show barns throughout the area and always makes sure, no matter how many "shopping trips" it takes, that the right rider is paired with the right horse.  

We don't just make good riders, we make good friends!
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"Commit and Go!"  

You'll hear that a lot around here.  When you're learning to trot or practicing canter departures or entering the ring for the very first time.  Or for the 100th time.

At Turning Point, riders of all ages and levels discover that responsibility is fun.  Determination ultimately takes home more ribbons than talent.  And win or lose, the real joy is in the trying.